Orpheum Society

Preserving The Keith-Albee
In order to ensure a bright future for the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center, a unique entity has been formed to assist in this most deserving project: The Orpheum Society.

This organization takes its name from the famed “Orpheum Circuit,” a chain of vaudeville and movie houses that operated from 1886 to 1927, when it merged with the Keith-Albee theatre chain, ultimately becoming Radio-Keith–Orpheum (RKO) Company. RKO became one of the major Hollywood studios of the 1930s and 1940s. Interestingly, the dressing rooms at the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center are all named for stops on the original Orpheum Circuit.

Membership in The Orpheum Society is available to persons who desire to become charter members of this vehicle, which will be a vital part of the long-term renovation and revitalization of the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center. Members will receive invitations to private receptions, advance notice of upcoming events, advanced tickets for events, discounted pricing for select events, networking opportunities, and an honorary plaque.
Robert W. & Earleen H Agee
Wesley F. & Carolyn S Agee
Bart & Doris Andrews
Jeremy & Carrie Baisden
Sheila Brownfield
G. David & Martha F. Brumfield
Glenn E. & Nell Brumfield
James R. Butler
Elizabeth Caldwell
Donald R. Capper
Charles & Norma Carroll
Nancy Carter
Jack, Rose & Kate Colclough
Herbert & Betty Colker
Kevin J. & Rebecca Melton Craig
Buck & Patricia P. Crews
Mark & Isabel Cross
Garry L & Pamela S. Dick
Joseph S. & Linda K. Eddins
Michael J. Farrell
Gairold W. Flynn
Ken Fox
Daniel & Kellie Gooding
Donald R. Greathouse
Dr. William & Janet B. Grimes
Greg & Terry Deppner Hardin
Douglas R. & Sue Ellen Hardman
William A. & Deborah Ann Heaberlin
James F. & Elizabeth Hoffman
Joe Holley
Dale Jones
Judy Jennings
Gladys Kight
David H. & Tamara L. Kisor
Carl Linkous
Jean McClelland
Robert W. & Johnna Kirk Miller
Edward & Karen Morrison
Marsha Moses
Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr.
Charles R. & Victoria Neighborgall III
A. Michael & Henriella Perry
Robert H. & Jennifer Plymale
William L. & Susan M. Ratcliff
Bruce A. & Ann Ratcliff
R.O. & Nancy M. Robertson
Tully S. & Branden Roisman
Edward H. Seiler
A.J. Stovitz
Marc Anthony & Susan Bunn Subik
Thornburg Insurance Agency
Jerry R. & Denna G. Taylor
Dr. & Mrs. Allen Vanatter
Penny Watkins
Ralph W. Webb
The Woman's Club of Huntington
Laban E. Edwina M. Young
E.A. & Rebecca B. Zimmerman
Greenbrier Capital Corp.
Huntington H.S. Class of 1956
Quality Magnetite, LLC
Corporate sponsorships of the Keith-Albee offer promotional and hospitality opportunities. The Keith-Albee has a successful track record of helping companies accomplish key business objectives through exclusive rights and benefits.

Show your pride in the historic landmark and in the Huntington community by becoming a Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center corporate sponsor, and be featured online and in print.
The spirit of volunteering is thriving at the Keith-Albee, proving there are still many people willing to volunteer their time for the good of the community. In addition to the satisfaction of contributing to this institution, our volunteers have a lot of fun as well.

The Keith-Albee is always looking for volunteers. If you are interested in being a part of the next event, check out our volunteer opportunities, email [email protected] or call at 304-528-7250.
Charter memberships may be purchased for a one-time gift of $1,000, payable to The Orpheum Society. All proceeds go toward the renovation and preservation of the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center.

To donate, click the PayPal link:

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Keith-Albee Orpheum Society
P.O. Box 5425
Huntington, WV 25703-0425

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